If you are interested in learning more about our Solar System, Planets, Galaxys and Space in general, there is literally a mountain of useful and interesting web links available. You can search the various directories and Search Engines for more, or more specific information, but here are a few we like for overall coverage of the topics from different viewpoints:
ASTRONOMY Magazine's Website -
Lots of information and educational material about astronomy and space plus a free newsletter!
ESA-The European Space Agency Space Science area
Space News, Links to a huge website including the missions ongoing and planned by ESA, in-depth space sciences, images, videos, glossaries, FAQS and downloads.
Space News, image galleries, Monthly Astro happenings and more. Plus it is a great gateway to the extensive Meade products area. See just what kinds of amazing telescopes and computer devices that are available these days for your own exploration of outer space. It is out there and until you have seen the the mountains on the Moon, the rings of Saturn or the bands on Jupiter with your own eyes, you will have been missing a great deal.
NASA's Exploring The Universe Website
More information and educational material about space and NASA's programs There are also several education areas on other NASA sites that teach, at various levels, about the sciences involved in exploring and understanding the physical universe. You can link to most of them plus stay updated on space news from this site.
Orion Telescopes' Learning Center
More educational material about astronomy and space and optical instruments.
Sky and Telescope
Headquartered in Cambridge, Massachusetts, near the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics. In addition to Sky & Telescope magazine and SkyandTelescope.com, this outfit, Sky Publishing, publishes Night Sky, a bimonthly magazine for beginners, two annuals (SkyWatch and Beautiful Universe), as well as books, star atlases, prints, globes, and other astronomy products. This site is aimed at the science and hobby of astronomy with links to many free resources, like software from articles in their publications, and lots of informative artices and data on astronomy and the related sciences.
An interesting website that's been around since 1999 with lots of info on space and more. It is run by the media company that recently purchased Orion Telescopes and also is the publisher of the popularly-priced astronomy software "Starry Night".
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